Design, develop, and deliver robust batch applications with the power of the Spring Batch framework
About This Book
- Leverage the POJO-based development approach to create comprehensive batch applications
- Customize the batch job components with the flexible XML, Annotations, and Expression Language-based configuration
- Enable high-volume and high-performance batch jobs through optimization and partitioning techniques
Who This Book Is For
If you are a Java developer with basic knowledge of Spring and some experience in the development of enterprise applications, and want to learn about batch application development in detail, then this book is ideal for you. This book will be perfect as your next step towards building simple yet powerful batch applications on a Java-based platform.
Spring Batch is an open source, lightweight, and comprehensive solution designed to enable the development of robust batch applications that are vital for enterprise operations.
Packed with real-world examples, this book starts with an insight into the batch applications and Spring Batch offerings. After exploring the architecture and key components, you will learn how to develop and execute a batch application. While gaining insights on the essential configurations and execution techniques for batch jobs, you will learn about the key technical implementations of the read, write, and processing features for different forms of data. Next, you will move on to the key features such as transaction management, job flows, job monitoring, and data sharing across the steps of the executing jobs. Finally, you will learn how Spring Batch can integrate with diverse enterprise technologies and facilitate optimization and performance improvement with scaling and partitioning techniques.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Spring Batch Fundamentals
Chapter 2: Getting Started with Spring Batch Jobs
Chapter 3: Working with Data
Chapter 4: Handling Job Transactions
Chapter 5: Step Execution
Chapter 6: Integrating Spring Batch
Chapter 7: Inspecting Spring Batch Jobs
Chapter 8: Scaling with Spring Batch
Chapter 9: Testing the Spring Batch